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School of Law Honor Code


The honor code governs matters of law student honesty and integrity in academic performance. The honor code is written and administered by law students. It governs law students in the same way that the Code of Professional Responsibility governs members of the bar.  

Applies to: 

Students in the School of Law.

Policy Statement: 

Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
School of Law

Approved by: 
Student Referendum
Approved on: 
Saturday, March 1, 2003
Effective on: 
Tuesday, May 20, 2003
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
honor code, law school, misconduct
Change History: 

09/21/2021: Converted to live text page. 
01/30/2015: Policy published in the Policy Library. 

School/College Policy Categories: 
Code of Conduct/By-Laws

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